Nice quotes for wishful thinking. They're perfect for robots, not humans.
Most of the time, two scenarios play out:
a) (80% of the time) You bought at a price, and you're like 30% down. You tell yourself you have diamond hands and won't sell. Then the price continues to go down. You're down...
Although it seems a great way to generate a passive income, it's not a set and forget solution.
The crucial thing you have to keep in mind is that the APY displayed are variable.
Today it says you get a 5% or a 10% APY, it can go down to 1% or 2% in a month.
With that being said, these...
Buy and hold is a lot more safer than trading, but it also takes much more time to make money
As always, it's a risk/reward thing.
As for selling Bitcoin (or not), no one can predict where the market goes, just make assumptions with different probabilities.
Right now, we're ranging, and as long...
The big problem with this advice is, albeit it is true, it's 100% unapplicable.
People who don't need it apply it already, and those who need it, well, can't apply it.
Think about it for a moment: the whole purpose of this piece is to advise people to stop chasing and start attracting. But...
I would advise to be wary of this kind of advice, either to one's younger self or someone else. I understand where you're coming from, but it's an advice that'll always be valid only in hindsight, which renders it inapplicable. Also, it makes you feel regretful.
Lots of good advice here, let me add mine as a "Quit-his-job-many-times-to-start-a-business" expert (I did 5-6 times).
I believe the real factor when deciding to quit your job or not to start a business does not depend on the amount of money you have in your bank account. It depends on the...
Talking about that (along with @Kak's post), I just had two wire transfers cancelled by my bank.
"We do not condone any activity related to cryptocurrencies. If you continue attempting such transfers we'll have to end our commercial partnership."
I'll let people draw their own...
There's a relatively unknown blog I stumbled upon by pure chance, and I found incredibly insightful.
It doesn't talk about breaking news or anything like that. It's a more philosophical introspective view on entrepreneurship, self-development and money.
Check out Collaborative Fund.
I've spent about an hour scanning people's opinion on Twitter, and just as you might imagine, there's one half of people thinking it's going to skyrocket, and the other one thinking a huge dump is in the works.
The only thing clear is that no one seemed to put forth a convincing case.
Am I? Looking at your reply, it seems you misinterpreted my words. I was not implying that being rich was what enabled him to chill out. Merely that it made it easier. Not a prerequisite..
Anyway, "missing the point" would imply there's a point in meditation. And if you think there is, well, I...
Guys, if your have trouble focusing and your mind is racing, don't worry, it's 100% normal.
It's much easier to chill the f*ck out and not do anything when you've got at least 8-9 figures in your bank account like Naval XD
Depends on the person. An excuse maker will find excuses at 25, single or 40 and 3 kids, no difference.
And I believe someone who just gets their shit together will do so, no matter the circumstances.
Actually, writing this, I think it can even be an accelerator. If someone's not cut for the...